Definition Edit

Tactical data "can be broadly defined as any information that informs a company's commercial decisions." It "supports company decisions, from pricing information to long-term strategies."[1]

Overview Edit

"Of course, this category includes practically all non-product related data in a firm, but that's precisely the point: it can all be valuable. Tactical data is often time-sensitive, which can help and hinder. On one hand, that limits its potential value to would-be attackers. On the other hand, in the right (or wrong) circumstances, use of this data can be seriously disruptive."[2]

References Edit

  1. Cyber-enabled Competitive Data Theft: A Framework for Modeling Long-Run Cybersecurity Consequences, at 2.
  2. Id.